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A Queer Elopement.
Percy Van Rapp, by his own - saying,
wa g of the purest blood of the Knicker•
backers. It was like listening to one ofH
the Mosaic generalogies to hear him trace
back his lineage to old Rip Van Rapp, one
of the veritable old Rips Who -built the
tow n of New Amsterdam of bricks ,
brought from Holland, before it as
known that bricks Iconld be made of
A in eripati clay, or cheese from any but
Ailk - •
Percy was spending, the season at a
faibionable wag ing-place, and :‘ was the
l ic aciest swell tVere; unless we except Ad.
rian Dodge, a young gentleman- of great
putative wealth, and mqie than average
Great rivalry existed between the tw7.
Which could wear the sleekest '‘hat, and
dan'ce in pnmps of the finest iciP. , was the
d s o prnbl of their lives—and they put
their whole Inds to it till Kate Wiley
car ne,and gave them something else to
Kate WO a beauty, and rich. This was
her firct season. and she at once became
the center of attraction. Fnremfist among
her adpirers were Percy ;Van Itapp and
Adrian Dodge, whom this fresh rivalry
might any d have personally embrnibai
e d, bad either-known how great a coward
the other was. _ _ ,
TO truth is, in tl)is matter, a a t. , pore
deeply in earnest.- - Mr. ' . an Ram's , for
tunes were little \ rho of desperation;
and Mr. DodO's, no \
tyv i ithstanding reports
_chiefly o tic; Irenlation—were in
a ccndilio4 nn set ) ter. Ktte'scith
ould - be a'i of dissipated lif to
whichever - 1S them could manage to get
Kite received their advances coolly at
first, hut iftet a time they seemed to
amuse hers—what impression they finally
_zade we must let our - story tell for itself.
Neither suitor had room to boas‘ over
her.. If Kate had any choice be
she kept it to herself. There
v, - ere times4.svhen each Fould'lave count
ej the day bis`o7n, had he not felt that
Lis rival had equal ground for confi
It was impossible that things should
long continue 83. Percy Van Ripp de
termined to know his fate at once. Ac
c3rdinaly, he seized the first opportunity
of layirig bare his heart to Kite, only sup
preasinz mention of a few private motives
whlch lay at the bottom of it.
When Kate blushed and stammered
69Elethine that didn't sound like No, Per
cy could have stood on his head for joy.
"I3Ut my aunt," said Katie—she was in
the care of a maiden aunt, with a sharp
eXin her head—"my aunt, I fear, vtll
"Aunts have no authority to cominatid
1e affections," was the lover's reply.
"Trae," she murmured. .
"Then fly with me -i , ' he exclaimed, "we
:2 find some spot where we can be
Late paused as if irresolute.
"My aunt," she said, `already half
raspects.. - I can . trust the coachman, how
ever. Disguised in male attire,"—she
blushed, prettily—"l can leave the hotel
unobserved, and John will be in-readiness
to take me in the carriage to a rendezvous
greed upon• Me e t me there, and in
half an hour we can reach alie house of a
neighboring clergtman, aksyld friend of
my father, whoqe Aid we can invoke, and
—aril—what &little plotter I aml"
"You're an angel !" cried Percy.
2_llll-you must promise one thing," said
"Anything, arling !"
"Not to speak a word when we meet,
:or until we are away—everything herea
hnuts has ears."
"I promise," he slid solemnly
Tim; aril place - were fired, and Pew
Can Rapp rose to take his leave. He al
!eady heard Kate's dnll;rs jingling in his
'Ole thing arne,," said Kate.
P.rcv how.. serinionsly.
"lt will b night of the fancy ball.
borti wear masks. If we . are seen,
cv6lxcite no remark, and we'll thus
"Cipitil," be exclaimed, presssng her
hour and place appointed Percy
in Waiting, cl isely masked, and peer-
:::tll 14,12+. 4 .h the night with the watt%,bfal
121 Ptienee of an Rtilioll9 lover.
Trip siiind of wheels was heard present
in a few moments a carriage stop.
-i at the, spot agree) on. The driver
:b l ede.nd opened the door. Percy en
.,.%1 without speaking, and the coach
wlpi had evidently received instruc
' ns, resumed his place and drove off
In the darknesss, Percy could barely
'inzuish the outlines of a figure with a
He could hardly refrain
I. 'tn(lisning it in his arms, and giving
l:nt 4,0 A torrent of tender eloquence; but
` , aleni)ering his promise, he restrained
His capacity to do so was at the
; , IDt of gluing out, wheh, in deep bass,
ti heard the word:
''Dearest thunder I" he shouted, "who
zoschief are you?"
"And who the fiend are
E.a the other.
"Adrian Dodkei by all
"Percy Van Rapp! by all that's infer
til!" shrieked Adrian.
you shall pay for this !" roared
Percy, springing on his rival with the fe•
136 4' of a tiger.
Cowards fight desperately when eor
ttled, and here both were. The uproar'
alarmed the coachman, who stopped sid
elined a policeman. The combatants
were dragged but and summarily march
ed off. Next morning they were dis
charged, and by that time the truth hav
ing come out, they took the next train
_for the city, thus relieving Kate of a pair
of unwelcome suitors, ',whose selfish de
signs her aunt's keen eyellad been quick
to penstire, and for whom she herself
felt not' but)contempt. -
The Wain Which the two lovers came
to find then:Alves in the carriage toget .-
er was this:
,Before the interview b , -
tweet! Kate and Percy, at which the.
elopement was planned Kate had received
a call, the same miming, from Adrian
Dodge, who, being interrupw in the
midst of a tender declaration by tin :in
opportune v isitor, made an appointment
to return in the afternoon- '2ileanwhle
Percy came and laid bare his heart, as we
have seen, when it occured to Kate to rid .
herself of the two 'adirenturers by a little
harmless strategy. How she enticed rer
cy.ibto the trap we have already shown.
In the afternoon, when Adrian returned,
he was lured into a similar snare—the
only difference being that he was t&bring
a carriage and find Kate in waiting; the
conditions as to silence and , diSguise be
.. the - the same.
' 'Before the year was out Kate-Wa i
ried to one who bad known and loved
her, and whom she had know and loved
from childhood; and the hap i y couple of
ten laugh over the cineerlopement,
whose story we j have attempted to tell.
How Bragirs t Baby ( was Treated.
Thomas Briggs, of Titellth street, has a
boy baby about ten months old, who is
admitted at the beginning of this article
to look , just fikehis father, and to be the
smartest boy baby of his age in Detroit.
Yesterday morning the child was sitting
playing with five or six big
on a string, and taking an
ibble at an apple to bring
crop of teeth. Mrs. Briggs
ghbor were talking away as on•
ly-women can gossip when the baby hid
the buttons under _a mat and started to
finish the apple. A bit of the skin got in
his throat and he gave a cough and a
whoop and pawed the air and rolled over
on hie head. "Oh, them buttons !be has
swallowed them buttons tried the mo
ther as she yanked hiai:v.. and shook
him. "Pound him on si,. ,_ k!" yelled ,
the other woman, trying to hold the ba- -
by's legs still. "Run for the neigh
bors !" cried Mrs. Briggs. "Oh, he' 11
die! he'll die!" screamed the other, as she
ran out. And the neighbors came in
and made him„lie on his stomach and
cough, and then turn him on his back
and rubbed his stomach, and joggled him
about all forts of ways until he got mad
and he went tOlowling. Then a boy
ran for Briggs, aril Brig ran for a doe
tor, and ,
the doctotuame and choked the
baby, and ordered sweet oil and Mustard
plaster. and told them to lay him on his
back. Everybody knew that those six
buttons were lodged in that baby's
throat, because he was red in the - face,
and because he strangled as he howled
and wept. They poured gown sweet
oil, and put mustard across him. and
wept over him, and the mother said she
could never forgive herself. Boys
drove by calling out: "Slab weed for
sale !" and the , scissors man went by
shouting:' - -"Sharp! sharp !" but that
distressed ;crowd held the baby down
and shed =their tears aver his whole
length. The doctor was looking serious,
and Briggs Was thinking that he hadn't
done anything to deserve such a blow,
when one of the women• pushed the mat
and discovered the buttons. Then ev
erybody laughed and danced, and they
kick the sweet ail "bottle under the
bed, thre the mustard plaster at the
doctor, an Mrs .. Briggs hugged the dar
ling ang toier bosom d i d called him
her "vipsy tossy hops dropsy popsy
little cl erubim."—Detroit - F - 44e Press.
THuTtiNsrushed,Ao earth will rise again,
but it isn't so,, , ith eggs.
WOMAN'S 006" is in her hair, but it is
a good plan to tie it up when cooking.
Ax NI sailor visitkd a city where, he
said, they copper-bottomed the tops of
their houses wish sheet lead. Perhaps
he is the same person who saw a i viWite
blackbird on a wooden milstone eating a
NEBRASKA named a town Vanderbilt,
and then wrote to the commodore. He
replied that he didn't care a d--n.
They have informally changed the name
of that to to Vanderbilt Dam —only
they put t e dam first.
IT is tol of a young gentleman whom
a maiden liked, but her father didn't,
that at a reasonable hour the old gent
mild y intimated that the time for retir
ing had arrived. "I think you are cor
rect, my dear sir," answered nineteenth
century, modestly, "we have been wait
ing for more than an hour for you to put
yourself in your, , little bed." The father
SEVERAL conceited young men were
assembled on a street corner, when a poor
Dutchman approached. One of them
said to Sig companions:
"Boys, I'm 'going to have some fun;
just siaich me fool this Date:ly."
He went up to the German, to whom
"Kaiser, don't you wan't to buy a
The person tbus,adgressed quickly re
-a-a-s, L ,zus Fal4 .Xo..bny a little
puppy y 4te you for
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corn new barn 59x40 feet. art spring bonSe.
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`A - DAIRY, STOCK OR GRAIN FARM
In Big Beater township, Beivei county, Pa., con
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history and letson. Stylish, viltlans fully exposed.
Advertisements from desperate men to, beautiful
women clandestine Meetings; how frustrated'.
The history of the Goodrich tragedy the result ef
a personal. Description of living Broadway sta-",
tnes. Exposes Octal corruption. Sent on receipt_
of 60 cents. Address 'Unique _ Printing House, 30
Vevey-street,•New York. •
T"NEW ELASTIC TRUSS. An important
invention.. It retains; the Rupture at all titnes,
andd - ander the hardest exercises or severest stein.
It is worn with comfort, and if kept on night and
day. effects a permanent cure in a few weeks.
Sold cheap, and sent by Rail when requested, cir
culars tree, when, ordered by , letter sent to The
Elastic Trade ` Co:, No. 683 Itroadway, N. Y. City.
Nobody uses Metal Spring Tresses ; too painful;
they slip off too frequently.
'UB BECKWITH Ego Po ABLE FAMILY
SEWING MACHINE, ON DAYS TRIAL,
many advantages over all. Siktisfaction guaran
teed. or 20 refunded. Sent co fete, with folic
directions. Beckwith Sewing Machine Co., NW
Broadway, N. Y.
WANTED. ' ,
A GooctWagon Maker and Blacksmith to fade
charge of a shop. For further information ad
dress J. lI:CHRISTY, Holt P. 0.,
anialM. Beaver County, Pa.
SOLID 14 KARAT GOLD o t
WATCHES AND JEWELRY
Of Every Description.
„Nli 38 FIFTH AVENUE,
Bata:geol.- Maria Christina Speyerer, dted.
Lenin of administration on the estate of Marts
'Christina Speyerer, deed., late of the borough of
Rochester, Beaver county; Pa., having been grant
ved tri• the undersigned, aU persons indebted to
`wild estate art-requested to make immediate, pay
want. and tboidibaiing claims against the muse
to present them properlyanthentleated for settle
ment. to 13110 ROS C. SPXYBRIM.
cozinut. Nuns ' CIDIVINUT
3(6 Broolway. New York